Completely support it! And I speak as a developer because I don't use IE6, so I really don't care what everyone experiences, but it really is a pain to have to special code for IE6, specially when you only have Vista or Windows 7.
I think MS should figure out some forced update, just like in Windows Live Messenger, adding a function to change the version like in IE 8 BETA (the "Emulate IE 7" option).
IE6 is the worst thing known to man, me too, speaking as a developer never code with IE at all, I codse with FF because if you code something on IE (watchin IE make little edits) Something will go wrong for certain with other browsers, TBH IE all together is crap, as ive said before (I,E = Intermmitent Exploder) xD
I stopped supporting IE6 a long time ago for my own work, but I can assure everyone here that a forced upgrade is not going to happen any time soon. Why not? The cost of upgrading corporate intranet applications, plain and simple, and it's those behind-the-firewall applications where the revenue (and the liabilities) for a company like Microsoft lies. And for those of you who think supporting IE6 is a pain, you might want to think about having to support Netscape Navigator 4.x as late as five years ago...
Yes I can see that now, but being a year old thread I can't edit it. Anyway it's about supporting StopIE6 initiative (that's why theres a Yes! with a "!") not supporting IE6, for Google Apps, Google Mail and Google Calendar.
I forgot to mention that Google will stop supporting IE6 and other old browsers over the course of 2010.